PAW Patrol Tracker Crackers

Celebrate Paw Patrol’s newest member with these fun-to-make, pup-shaped snacks.

PAW Patrol Tracker Crackers

Did you and your child know that Tracker belongs to a breed of dog called the potcake? Sounds like next trendy dessert, or an endearing nickname for your goofiest friend, doesn’t it? Aw, come here you ol’ potcake you!

Silly-sounding name aside–potcakes come from the Caribbean and are, of course, famous for their adorable floppy ears. You and your preschooler can celebrate the newest, potcake-iest member of the PAW Patrol by cutting healthy, savory crackers in his likeness. We give you, Tracker Crackers:

What You’ll Need
5 Large super-soft flour tortillas
Sea salt
3 Tablespoons olive oil
Your favorite guacamole
Potcake-shaped cookie cutter (substitute Chihuahua-shaped cutter)

How to Make

Step One: Preheat the oven to 350º.

PAW Patrol Tracker Crackers

Step Two: Use the cookie cutter to cut dog shapes from the flour tortillas.

PAW Patrol Tracker Crackers

Step Three: Lay cut tortillas on a cookie sheet and brush lightly with olive oil.

Step Four: Sprinkle with sea salt.

PAW Patrol Tracker Crackers

Step Five: Bake for 8-12 minutes or until lightly browned.

Step Six: Remove from oven and let cool 20 minutes. If they don’t seem quite crunch-worthy yet, fear not: the crackers will crisp up as they cool. Serve with “jungle dip” (guacamole).


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